QuantRocket runs on Docker, so installing QuantRocket is a two-part process:
- install Docker
- install QuantRocket
Install Docker Desktop
Docker compose is already installed if you have installed Docker Desktop on win 10. Run the following command: 1. Docker-compose -v. If you did not receive an error, you are good to go. Answered Apr 15, 2019 by Anudeep. Windows users may need to disable the WSL 2 based engine in Docker Settings General to mount drives other than C.Please use this docker-compose.yml example to get started and increase the Docker memory limit to 4 GB or more, as the default of 2 GB may reduce indexing performance or cause restarts.
Visit Docker's website and follow the instructions to download and install Docker Desktop on your computer.
During the installation, follow the Docker prompts to enable the WSL 2 backend. You may also be prompted to install the WSL 2 Linux kernel from Microsoft. See the Docker instructions for more detail.
After the installation, start Docker Desktop if it isn't already started (Start > Docker).
- Docker should already be installed on your system before installing compose. Run the command below to install docker-compose. Run the command below to set file permissions. Check if it got installed correctly, it should return the docker-compose version. Below is the list of commands you can use with docker-compose.
- I'm trying to install a Bitwarden self-hosted solution. The instructions here say that I need to install both Docker and Docker Compose. How can I install Docker Compose on Windows Server 2019? I don't want to have to install Docker Desktop, which uses Docker Community Edition (CE).
- Install Docker And Docker Compose Windows Xp; Install Docker And Docker Compose Windows 8.1; Estimated reading time: 6 minutes. Images stored on Docker Cloud available in the web interface and public images can be pulled by other Docker users. Using docker-compose on Windows. Docker Compose is a great way develop complex multi-container.
To verify the installation, open PowerShell (click Start and type 'powershell') and run:
If you run into any problems during installation, please refer to Docker's installation guide for Windows. QuantRocket simply requires a standard installation of Docker Desktop for Windows.
Do not select any options in Docker Desktop to use Windows containers. Docker Desktop for Windows can run Windows containers or Linux containers but not both at the same time. QuantRocket uses Linux containers.
To install QuantRocket, download a Docker Compose file which tells Docker how to create the QuantRocket stack. A Compose file is a YAML file that defines a multi-container Docker application.
Install Docker Compose In Windows 10
Open PowerShell on Windows (click Start and type 'powershell').
Create a folder for QuantRocket under your home directory:
Copy and paste the following command to download the latest Compose file and save to your computer:
(You can also download the Compose file from the downloads page.)
docker-compose to deploy QuantRocket:
Docker Compose will read your
docker-compose.yml, pull the images down from Docker Hub, and create and run containers from the images. This process takes 5-15 minutes. You will see output like this:
You can list all the containers that are running:
Pip Install Docker-compose Windows
You can now access the Jupyter environment in your browser at:
Docker Compose Install Windows 7
You may want to bookmark this URL.
In JupyterLab you'll see the JupyterLab dashboard. Click the Quickstart button to find an interactive tour and other resources to help you get started with QuantRocket:
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